Before his arrival, Jamie Campbell had already done much for our cause by scoring an own goal as a Cambridge United player in the 1997-8 FA Cup. In doing so, it set us on the path to an eventual date with Newcastle United. And the rest, they say, is history. But that takes us away from Campbell himself; a signing designed to bring some Football League experience to the Boro’ side given his impressive-ish CV of previous clubs.
Campbell was one of Wayne Turner‘s first Boro’ signings. Yet, it was perhaps indicative of the poor form that we found ourselves in that Campbell was often a beacon of mediocrity. In defence or midfield, the utility player often had little impact; frustration becoming a buzz word when describing JC’s performances. So, it was only natural therefore, that he ended up at Woking. Like many other former Boro’ players who didn’t live up to expectations, all roads lead to Kingfield.
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